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Stress testing BPS before go-live

Hello folks,

Can someone provide me insights on the factors that I need to weigh in during QA/UAT from a system perspective before go-live to ensure that the system can handle the stress?

I am aware of the factors that need to be considered during the design of the planning application. I am thinking abt doing a stress test with 20-25 users logging in at the same time and perform the planning. I wud be monitoring the memory usage and stuff like that...Is there anything else I need to explore?

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!!

Danny

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    Posted on Jan 05, 2007 at 12:31 AM

    Danny,

    Two important items that come out of stress test in BPS are data locking

    and system performance. Understanding of SAP Note 635244 is critical to

    address locking related issues and BPS_STAT0, BPS_STAT1, STAD to

    look into system/application performance.

    Its important that these 25 users are a good sampling of the final user group

    in terms of the roles, authorizations and activities they perform in the

    system.Before doing this, you may want to record some of the statistics with

    a single user performing some key activities in the system to get some kind

    of benchmarking. If you have scenarios where you would run background jobs,

    while planners are using the application you may want to simulate that in your

    stress test to see how it affects the system performance.

    Hope this helps.

    Cheers

    Srini

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